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Wealth Preservation Trusts: How They Work and When They Should Be Used

Posted:
03/01/2005
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Personal Wealth Estates and Trusts

Robert H. Louis and John F. Meigs, Partners in the Personal Wealth, Estates and Trusts Practice Group in the Philadelphia office, co-wrote this article with David J. Way, a Partner in the London, England office of the law firm, Boodle Hatfield. Mr. Louis is Co-Chair of Saul Ewing's Personal Wealth, Estates and Trusts Practice Group.

The article explains how a Wealth Preservation Trust, whether domestic or offshore, can be a useful part of an estate plan if carefully designed and implemented.

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